If you have ever been walking in the woods, you might have seen a new plant that you couldn’t identify. What do you do? Should you call your friend that knows everything, head to Google or call it the really pretty yellow flower that grows near the huge oak tree. All of these work as a way to identify plants, but I will demonstrate some of the basic techniques used by botanists to determine the genus and species of a plant and the common name. Presented by Dr. Harry Shealy, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Biology at USCA.
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August 8, 2017 all-day